Get your heart pumping with this 10-minute Tabata HIIT workout! It’s a high intensity interval training routine that will leave you feeling the burn and feeling stronger! Chris will guide you through two Tabata intervals that target important muscle groups. It will help you gain strength, become more toned, and rev your metabolism.
Tabata intervals are four minutes long and consist of 20 seconds of hard work followed by 10 seconds of rest, eight cycles in a row. Chris will guide you through eight cycles of these intervals, working out right alongside you and offering plenty of encouragement! You’re going to be doing four exercises and repeating them throughout the workout, so you’ll have plenty of time to master each targeted move designed to tone and strengthen your whole body.
This Tabata HIIT workout starts with a warm up, helping you wake up those muscles with lunges and some light stretching. Next, it’s on to squat curl presses—requiring a set of weights. This move works your glutes, lower body, biceps and shoulders at the same time—it’s a powerhouse move that delivers amazing results. Next up in this Tabata HIIT workout are push-ups with renegade rows, another multi-muscle group exercise that will have you feeling the burn! Then, it’s onto cross-behind lunges with lateral raises in-between. The fourth move is split jumps—a plyometric exercise that’s sure to get your heart rate up.
Chris will encourage you to go heavy with the weights if you can, reminding you that you need to challenge yourself to change yourself! Don’t be fooled—this Tabata HIIT workout may only be 10 minutes, but it is hard work that will pay off. Remind yourself to modify as necessary and follow along with Chris as she demonstrates the proper form, working out with you.
If you enjoy this workout, you’ll love our other HIIT workouts for women on Get Healthy U TV!
All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.
Thank you for all the workouts! Which weights are you using here?